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“Beautifull setting- great food- classic place”

Les Brasseries Georges Uccle
Ranked #550 of 3,804 Restaurants in Brussels
Price range: $12 - $61
Cuisines: French, Seafood
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Good for: Local cuisine
Dining options: Breakfast, Dinner, Lunch, Late Night, Delivery, Reservations
Description: Les Brasseries Georges : more than 30-year tradition of French brasserie in Uccle. 7 days on 7, 365 days a year. From 12:00 to 23:00, on weekdays, and until midnight, on Friday and Saturday, finally from 12:00 to 22:00 on Sunday. Valet service. Escape to Paris, Lyon, Strasbourg, Bordeaux. Leave your daily environment for a memorable lunch- or dinnertime in a relaxed yet premium atmosphere. Enjoy the best oysters, seafood, brasserie dishes and meats, with the most surprising or prestigious wines. Always a surprise at "Brasseries Georges". A la carte, in the "suggestions" and even .... among the guests. Be it on the terrace, in the shade in summer or heated in winter, or in inimitable belle époque of the interior. Over 30 years of hearty delights. Often imitated never duplicated.
Reviewed November 19, 2012 via mobile

Been coming to this place for 30 years - as a youngster it was magical . And it still is for my children today. As of late food has become an interest for my family - but this place still ranks high- only beaten by petit pont in uccle. Seafood and meats excellent - only problem can be the noise- and the prices of some dishes seem high. Go at least once in your life -

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Thank Hotrubber007
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Reviewed November 16, 2012

A short taxi ride from the centre of Brussels but worth the trip. Busy, bustling French Brasserie (OK so we're in Belgium) - but you know what I mean. The place was packed on a damp Sunday lunchtime but they still found us a table. Service was fast but fun. Food was very good - I tried the octopus salad to start (excellent), followed by the scallops (excellent). We were even tempted by desserts that were good but not great - but then I really don't get what's so fantastic about Iles Flottantes - try the mini selection of desserts. Wine was also good and seemed to be reasonable value.

And while you're in the area you should visit the David & Alice van Buuren house - it's a great Art Deco home that's well worth seeing - and only 10 mins walk from the restaurant.

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Thank rwm19
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Reviewed October 30, 2012

We have enjoyed this landmark in Brussels for the past 20 or so years..it is a fast paced typically belgian brasserie..offering good seafood,fish and meat..our last visit however was a bit more dissapointing..the food didint live up to our expectations ,hopefully this was only a temporary problem..

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Reviewed October 24, 2012

The bad acoustic in the elegant art deco fan shaped dining room is a deterrent... But it's an old established address on the chic side of Brussels (Uccle).The principle problem seems the lack of a firm hand at the tiller. As an écailler I've heard it is acceptable, though from what I've eaten so far I'd have to be feeling brave to want to sample try their sea food.

Apart from the lack of a firm hand whether it be kitchens or restaurant, is of incredibly uneven standard. A tuna steak with mesclun salad may make you think you've woken up in heaven one day, and then a short while later expecting to repeat the experience you'll be dished up an old, dry, hardly defrosted shoe leather tough fish steak accompanied by half rotten greens passed off as salad!

The bearnaise to go with their salt grilled entrecôte is usually good and some of the wines, which you can order by the glass are too..

Sweets there are poor quality and sickly sweet.

The terrace is okay in summer, though traffic noise from the road junction on which it is situated is unpleasant. Service is patchy, often familiar. Valet parking is handy. It's much frequented weekends in the evenings.

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Reviewed September 7, 2012

In a typical French Brasserie setting, waiters’ brisk harshness and attitude included, you find here an anthology of the basic and popular “cuisine”. Renowned for fish, oysters, shell and crab fish, the spot is also great on meat - though you might eat better chunks somewhere else (at de la Paix, for instance). New wine list is improved with more and higher quality wines by the glass, while the daily suggestions although not impressive, still make a dinner or a lunch. Crowded, noisy and agreeable, you should not miss it. Valet parking also a plus. And, if you love “l’Andouillette” this is a 5A member (Association amicale des amateurs d'andouillette authentique - AAAAA). The Andouillette is a coarse-grained sausage made with pork (or occasionally veal), intestines or chitterlings, pepper, wine, onions, and seasonings.

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Thank bibegourmande
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